Written on: 25/08/2014 by Minimao (1 review written)
I thought I'd test it out, so I signed up for a free trial using a fake name and picked a high school at random that I never attended. The fake name was such a name that nobody could possibly have.
The next day, I got a message from Classmates.com saying that someone from my high school wants to contact me. BUT, before they would reveal who, they want money for a membership.
If you went to a doctor and they told you that you had a disease that you did not and offered to treat you for it, that would be fraud.
If you went to a car dealer and they told you that the car had a problem that it did not and tried to charge you to fix it, that would be fraud.
Now why is this company not being prosecuted for fraud?
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